Kundalini Series - Sobagh Kriya

What is Kundalini

As an avid yogi I've heard the term "kundalini" bouncing around for years. I knew it had something to do breathing..and that's about it.

In February, I had a couple of pings from the universe to introduce Kundalini into my life, one being committing with a small group of women to practice Sobagh Kriya for 40 days in order to invoke wealth. I was clueless as to what this all meant but when the universe speaks, I listen.

My friend sent me the link of a recording so I sat on my rug in my living room and got started. Whoa. Not what I was expecting. I was chanting, sweating, and wincing in pain for 15 minutes. I finished it but needed to do a little research if I was going to be putting myself through this for 40 days.

Here's what I found out... 

Kundalini means "a spiritual energy or life force located at the base of the spine," which is usually conceptualized as a coiled-up serpent.
Got it.
Kundalini arouses this serpent through the chakras with energy flow and release with the goal being an ultimate awakening or realization of maximum potential and life purpose. 
Kriyas are the Kundalini practices, or actions. Each kriya is a uniqe series of postures, breath and sound formulated together for a specific outcome. 

Sobagh Kriya

Sobagh Kriya is five-part kriya to invoke the wealth of the universe. Each of the 5 actions are practiced for the same amount of time (in this case, 3 minutes, but it can also be 11 minutes).



Apparently the Sobagh Kriya is the most powerful and and most sacred (which is probably why it's so strenuous). 
The wealth aspect of this is not about physical dolla bills, but more about general abundance. I'm intrigued.
Stay tuned to how this pans out over the next 40 days!

Wanna join me?
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